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services committee, has been very much involved putting those sanctions in place. alas national defense authorization act had the last tranche in that bill. i'm not one who has any sense at all and opposed to sanctions. as opposed, i am very for it. if we respond to this possibility in a negative way instead of being study and keeping sanctions in place, if we tighten the screws now when it looks as though, apparently against some opposition at home and in iran, that the iranian leadership may be willing to talk about ending, modifying, changing and making less threatening their nuclear program, and to response is negative, they could very well lose the very countries, particularly russia and china, who have stood with us to put sanctions in place internationally. it would weaken our current stations possibly, and i would say probably but at least possibly, for us to respond possibly, for us to respond rhetorically or through additional sanctions in a negative way before we have taken the couple of months that are needed to explore the reality as to whether there is a real change in ira
there and the defense minister in brussels before we afghanistan. feel that things have significantly improved and changed for the better during the last ten-year period. have been there perhaps 12 times or so. my staff who is with me today will tell me later on it was only 11 or it was really 13. have been there a lot. and the changes are pretty striking, particularly in the last few years. that is not the impression which the american people have and i will get into that in a moment. but that to me is the obvious fact that things have changed better.nged for the number of ways in afghanistan. first of all, it is more secure. is more secure because we came. it is that simple. we and our allies have made a difference. army,rowth of the afghan the strength of the afghan army on the police now, which has grown into a much more capable and respected force, including local police, which has made a major difference villages ofy in the afghanistan because they are directly connected to the elders in those villages. feared forcemost policeose 25,000 local feared by the taliban and because they are so
in raising stand your ground defenses than whites are. there's another point that needs to be made, and that is the ambiguity. it's -- one type of ambiguity was discussed, but there's the ambiguity having to face the person who is agenting in self-defense. what's the appropriate amount to retreat when they have to defend themselves, and the issue here might be who do we want to make, have to make deal with that ambiguity. when somebody's facing very quick decisions that they have to make in terms of life and death. do we want to make them bear the burden to fry to figure out if at that time how far they are going to retreat, and then make them realize they maybe second guessed as i have an appendix showing the number of cases where they were second guessed. in cases where legislators and others thought second guessing was wrong that so they make it somebody needs to act in self-defense is stopped from doing so thus endangering the safety of themselves or their family members that are there. finally, mr. labahn talking about being able to go and have your stand your ground law apply
of the season. how about the sharks looking to catch their breath with the return of the big time defense man and warriors looking for it too after kings give up 126 points to the clippers thursday. don't wag your tail at me, i'll be right back after the break. >>> welcome back to nbc bay area. sharks sporth the second best record in hockey. they're 10, 1, 2. the head coach says the defense man boyle will play in tonight's contest against the coyotes. boyle missed the last seven games after being knocked out during the game against the st. louis blues. >> it's no fun being out. guys have played. can't say i've enjoyed it all that much. it's important for know get out there and get involved physically early hopefully and try to put that image that i have behind me. >> and speaking of coming back, the warriors are back at oracle tonight to face the sacramento kings who have won last three of four meetings. here's thompson with more of the rivalry. >> it's always when playing a rival. it's a must win for us. battle of good teams. you know, just like i said, got to protect the home court. >> be p
. beijing had a protest saying japanese troops disrupted live fire exercise but japan minister of defense has rejected the allegations. >> translator: keeping a strong surveillance presence is a completely normal activity and we can't except what china says. we are looking to protect the territory. >> reporter: 18,000 japanese troops are taking part in one of the biggest military drills ever and will simulate the storming of an island chain that china and japan lay claim to and it's an ex escalation of what is a bitter dispute between the two countries and robert mcbride reports. >> china and japan have been here before but both sides are talking and this is deeping and they send war planes into disputed air space and sea. the prime minister has warned his troops rid yourselves of the know shun that just the existence of a defense force could act as a deterrent and china warned any firing on the unmanned drone aircraft would constitute a serious provocation, an act of war of sorts and the question is how far will they back this up. >> both sides can be calculated and would lie and they
and perhaps another strike near damascus that has again not been confirmed. either by israel's defense ministry or by its government who have remained mute on the issue. if they were to make any comment , as they have in the past one of the strikes were attributed to israel, between four and five this year alone, but all we will hear from israeli officials is that israel will do what ever -- whatever it needs to, and that includes using force, in order to prevent weapons from being transferred into the hands of its enemies. so, according to anonymous sources, this would be a shipment of russian long-range missiles that would supposedly ollahnt to has bola -- hezb operating in southern lebanon. >> if indeed this was an arms shipment, why would israel strike now? what is the strategy here? >> the believe probably amongst the intelligence community and the military community in israel is at this point between four and five different strikes have already been attributed to israel. there has been absolutely no response from the shop al-assad, the embattled syrian president and how the chemi
we learn about the threat is something that is necessary and important to the defense of this country. we see the threats that come in to this nation. see what a foreign intelligence agency is expected to see. prior to 9-11, we had no way of collecting those dots. nsa would see one side and the fbi the other. how can we connect these dots and do it in the least intrusive manner. , the senate, the executive branch, and the courts, we have programs to do that. you for yourthank comments. the statements you have made are greatly appreciated. and in then at nsa military still remembers that day and our commitment to those people that we will not forget. that does not mean we are going to trample on our civil liberties and privacy. how do we do both? wet is the constitution that all swore to uphold and defend. that's what we are doing. look at the program we have. citizens, everyone at this table is also an american citizen, have agreed we would take our personal data and put it into a lockbox. it would only be looked at when we had reasonable and articulable suspicion that we had connecti
a a newd campus an international campus women's economic . defense dollars to open up a women's economic development school, a.i.d.?'t that why is it d.o.d.? significantly to the security of the country, but i think basically the answer is because the d.o.d. did a number of things including some of the commanders' expenditures which helped the development of that is so essential to its security and this is part of it. at thee story we got american university at a town meeting we had there is one hisdent we talked about life experience. when the taliban was there, he took refuge with his family. a younger boy at that time. for safety.o iran taliban wereheas th driven out, he came back and was accepted at the american university. taught himself as a matter of fact, how to read and how to right. he is now interviewing for a job as a sales manager at seimens and applying for a scholarship. there are four fullbright scholars at the american university in kabul. wanted me to say thanks to the american people. so this is as close as i will be able to come. ine education system afghanistan, not
, the defense bill, move them all individually. there is not enough time when we talk about the calendar. there is not enough time to move all of the bills individually at this point. host: sarah from dover, pennsylvania. caller: good morning. i would like to change the subject a little bit if i can. i live on medicare. the medicare and food stamps -- i am surviving on $125 a week. if they take food stamps away from me -- the -- [indiscernible] he needs to feeds us first before he feeds anyone else. and also, we have a place to live. our guys come home from the service. they are losing because they have no place to live. i would like to see that to happen, too. thank you. host: there is a story in politico. the headline talks about the farm bill that it gets no respect, referencing rodney dangerfield. why is this an important discussion happening? guest: the last time we had a farm bill, that law expired in 2008. what is it, 2013? it has been five years since we had a new farm bill passed. the fact they are going into conference to sit down in both chambers, that is huge. that is somethi
attacks against us. it is definitely can clearly self-defense if we are going after groups that are plotting attacks against us. the underwear bomber and the attempt to bomb the cargo planes, all of a sudden some of these attacks were coming out of yemen, and we had to respond to that. i make no apologies for the fact that we targeted anwar al-awlaki. he was targeting us. that is the classic definition of self-defense. we should make that case unapologetically. but unfortunately, far too often we don't make it clear why we're doing this. now, i understand the need for secrecy. but we -- and we don't have to reveal all of it. but it is my personal opinion whenever we to a targeted strike whether it's a drone, whether it's sending in a special operations team, whatever it is, we need to at least briefly explain why. now, i realize some of these strikes are on the title 50 side, so they're secret. but that's our decision. we can reveal what we want to reveal. we don't have to reveal it all, but we do have to reveal enough to say this is why we hit this person. and it was clear
meeting withw days our commanders, our troops, president karzai. and the defense minister from brussels before he went to afghanistan. he feels that things have significantly improved and changed for the better during the last 10 years. i have been there perhaps 12 times or so. the staff later will tell me if it is really a 11 or 13. we've been there a lot. strikinges are pretty especially in the last few years. that is not the impression the american people have. that, to me, is the obvious fact that things have changed and changed for the better in afghanistan. first of all, it's more secure. we and our allies have made a the growth, the strength of the afghan army and the police now which has grown in a much more capable and respected force including the acal police, which has made major difference particularly in the villages about anna stan -- villages of afghanistan. the most feared force are those 25,000 local police feared by the taliban. because they are so directly ed to the homes and they become a major threat to the taliban control and success. they are a resilient force and
, i mean, we -- we'd say snap is the first line of defense against hunger, and a food pantry or soup kitchen is the last line of defense. when you take away resources from snap more people will be turning to food pantries or soup kitchens. >> the pressure turns to you, right? >> exactly. >> to try to raise the money to fill the gap. >> uh-huh. >> and is it possible? i mean can we see a rally in support for this in order to help feed these people or not? >> no. >> really? >> i mean that's the short answer. the amount of food being taken away as a result of these cuts is more than we distribute in the entire year and we're the biggest food bank in the country, and we rely on thousands to do the work we do, and a single stroke of a legislative pen can take away more food than we put out in a year. >> so you are thinking about the winter and about the holidays coming up. >> yeah, you know, for 75% of people who receive snap and use food panties and soup kitchens, their benefits are gone by the third week of the month. we have thanksgiving and hanukkah coming in the third week of this mon
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, domestic and foreign. we work closely with the state department, usaid, defense department, with the government of iraq, and many others in order to prevent and resolve violent conflicts. i would like to recognize some of the folks here today. of course, prime minister maliki, thank you for returning to the institute. we have the minister of foreign affairs, the minister of defense, the national security advisor, and both members of the council of representatives. the ambassador to the united states, the chief staff to the prime minister, the chief media adviser in the office of the prime minister, head of counterterrorism bureau, deputy chief of mission for the embassy of iraq, and the military general who is the attach? for the embassy of iraq. also joining us today, former secretary of state and the first woman secretary of state for the united states, madeleine albright. i am listing her as part of the usip team, which includes steve hadley, george moose, jeremy rabkin, dr. kristin lord, our executive vice president. i would like to recognize a couple of special state
pushing for defense cuts. you would say anathema for democrat -- >> or for republicans to support some of those. >> that's come with no political consequences. what's difficult for obama, he agrees with a very large percentage of these policies which he wants to legitimate and continue an enshrine. i think it's hard for him to publicly make the case for legislation that would curb some of these excesses. >> ezra. >> i think it's interesting in underlying politics. one, we're having huge defense cuts right now. one of the great political misjudgments in the last few years was believing it's the old party with defense spending. the rand paul wing in power quicker than they realized. it's much more comfortable among republicans with defense cuts. not total. you are seeing a ripping through of that budget. one of the things unsettled in addition to what frank said about exposes and technological challenges. technological challenges. on the one hand you're having rapid evolution in the republican party about what they think about national security consensus they had had four or five, six ye
. they failed to score. passe 37th minute, a through the stubborn defense. they stopped the equalizer, but to no avail. moving onto tennis where the former world number one is starting to look like his old self again. roger federer facing the argentinian. roger federer is slowly returning to top form. he managed to beat one of the world's 10 top players for only the second time. set 6- him in the first 3. his opponent briefly got back into the game at the end of the first set. act -- bacer roared k. last week.en he now faces his archrival in the semifinals. play, iver i do see him see him fit, quick, confident and all of those wings you would expect from the world number one and now world number two. -- using his customary aggressive style playing. he found his footing in the second set and still came up short. they will face each other for the first time in a year. not want to rest on his laurels. the red bull driver left his rivals in the dust in the second practice session of the ground pretty. prix. grand and webber came in second hamilton was heard. finally, some golf before we
the site's flaws and glitches as they're called. this as the white house finds itself on defense over a poor signup numbers to date. >> our goal is to get as many people done as possible. i can promise you the first enrollment numbers which are released later this month are not going to be what we want them to be. no question about that. website hasn't worked really when it's worked but we take responsibility for that, take responsibility for the errors, responsibility for fixing it. >> i think the government is inherently inhe want. government has to do certain things. there's a certain safety net. there's national defense, there's roads, a judiciary but government shouldn't take on new opportunities or new things to do when it's not managing what it has now. jenna: two different opinions there. chief white house for respondent ed henry talking to us. we encourage people to sign up for obamacare. we have very limited numbers at this point but do we have any indication about how this is affecting enrollment? >> certainly one interesting piece of new information today, jenna, you have
intelligence with the israeli defense forces. us state department has declined to confirm or deny the report washington's national security agency spying on high priority israeli military targets in york times reported on nov third in a seven page article based on documents leaked by performer and as a contractor that were snowed in all the in depth overview the tales highly classified documents leaked by snowden they include document outlining the american intelligence agencies monitoring of israeli targets namely israel defense forces drone aircraft and israel's black sparrow missile system classified documents leaked to the report further confirm the reports of past cooperation between the nsa any of the idf signal intelligence unit eighty two under it would try clearly cheese raw materials ok my signals intelligence that is by spying. top obama administration officials have in the past praised israel's intelligence capabilities and express gratitude for receiving access to it. new york times report comes on the heels of our age in europe over the revelation that the us listen in on europ
established with the department of defense. that offove to make the record, but i cannot. i am sure mike some of my colleagues would say what are we using the department of defense dollars to open up the women's economic element school, why isn't that a id dod? thedds significantly to security of the country. basically the answer is because the dod did a number of things. of theed the development country, which is so essential to its security. , thee story we got american university the town student talks about his life experience. the taliban was there and took refuge with his family. younger boy at that time. as third -- soon as the taliban were dripping out he came back. as a matter fact, how to read and to write. now interviewing as a job as a .ales manager there are full fulbright scholars at the university in kabul. he wanted me to say thank you to the american people. this is as close as i could come. the education system and afghanistan. so many of them, the number given to them is counterintuitive. so i do not use it. in terms of the lower grades, before you get to colleges and unive
? was it secretary of state clinton? secretary of defense panetta? both deny knowing of specific threats. and, of course, president obama says he did not knowed extent of the danger either. after the intent was underway the administration did not take action. >> you did had this conversation with the defense. you asked him what military assets were on their way and he says? >> effectively they are not. >> and i for a moment i just felt loss i didn't. i couldn't believe the answer. i said you have got to tell those guys there may not be any help coming. >> and there wasn't any help coming. now the defense attache in libya was lt. colonel keith phillips who says there was a fuel problem in getting air power to libya. but with all the warning, shouldn't the u.s. military have been on alert in that region? of course. of course they have you had been. so, here is the overall situation. you have a president, who apparently is disengaged from day-to-day activities in his own government. and one after another, you have major problems. before obama care, many americans were apathetic to that but now b
that african-american defendants have availed themselves of the stand your ground defense more frequently than have anglo defendants. >> stand your ground is good law for minorities? he's wrong. the numbers tell the story. under stand your ground, if the victim is black or hispanic, the killer walks free 78% of the time. but if the victim is white, the killer walks free 56% of the time. a 22 point difference. no matter what self-appointed expert ted cruz says, those are the facts that really matter. joining me now is trayvon martin's mother sybrina fulton and her lawyer daryl parks. thank you for being here. >> thank you for having us. >> thank you. >> you know, i know it's been an emotional day for you, sybrina, but what's your response to these comments of stand your ground that senator ted cruz made during the hearing today? >> i think there's some disconnect there. i think he certainly is not aware of the real law and how it affects us as a community. i have a real problem when teenagers are afraid to walk to the store for a drink and candy. there are issues there. and you want everybody t
does the defense get past that? >> this is devastating for the defense. obviously, if your own kids think you murdered their mother, the jurors are going to think, that's pretty compelling. he's their father. they should love him and be loyal to him. so i think that really is a big blow to the defense, but i'm not sure that he still gets convicted because you have to prove guilt beyond a reasonableble doubt and how did the death happen. >> how did the death happen, and the witnesses, jean has been reporting on this, there are questions, one of his daughter as former drug addict, another bipolar and his other mistress with a disorder. if you can't trust the messenger, how do you get past that? >> they have baggage. all of these witnesses have h major problems, so if you're looking for reasonable doubt, you may find that. and how did he do it? when the medical examiner did the autopsy she said she died of natural causes. >> the mistress said he explained in pillow talk how he can do that. >> hwhat is his method? does the prosecutor know? will the prosecutor call a head kill expert to
security agency is on the defensive on multiple fronts. the nsa surveillance practices at home and abroad have been front page news afte after the le
, the mystic and foreign. we work closely with the state usaid, defense department, with the government of iraq, and many others in order to prevent, and resolve violent conflict. i would like to recognize some of the folks here today. of course, prime minister maladie, thank you for returning to the institute. have the minister of foreign defense the minister of advisor,ional security and both members of the council of representatives. the ambassador to the united chief staff to the prime minister, the chief media adviser in the office of the prime minister, head of counterterrorism bureau, deputy chief of mission for the embassy and the military general who is the attachÉ for the embassy of iraq. today, formers secretary of state and the first woman secretary of state for the united states, madeleine albright great i am listing her team,t of the usip which includes steve hadley, jeremy rads, kristin lord, our executive vice president. i would like to recognize a couple of special state ambassadorguest, jones, the assistant secretary of state for near east affairs, the u.s. ambassador to iraq
the region around the cliche you and okinawa islands. a man thirty four thousand japanese self defense was personnel on the dissipating in the drill which accounts fornt of the cos defence forces. six battleships along with a three hundred and eighty other aircraft have been deployed before the exercise the wilson family island capture and include a live firing practice will effect your feathers claimed the relations between china and japan. tice between both countries are already tense due to the differing positions over the doubt and islands in the east china sea in the midst of the route over the us external surveillance program. us secretary of state john kerry has for the first time it made it to some element of the national security agency surveillance program leads to five. kenny however defended the need for increased surveillance state is an effective counter terrorism tool. and he also assured that the fact an act which have avoided close allies like germany would be repeated in the future really an f eighteen jet on key setting standards that the controversial program of spy
by accident and lived to tell about it, yes. in the faa's defense, there's a difference between idol cell phones on takeoff and landing and dozens of devices uploading and downloading data. it made sense to go slowly. it makes sense to go this. concerns about passengers being distracted during risky times of flight. when things go wrong on rare occasions they do, it happens during takeoff and landing. books and magazines distract us too. that argument didn't hold much water. it made sense to wait. >> i understand the argument that maybe they are distracted. but i just - what i don't really understand is why it took so long to determine electronically and to do all the technical studies that they need that show that it never had any effect. as you say, there were plenty of people who probably had their phones on. >> no, no question. and look, the faa has sort of taken the global lead in doing this. different parts of the world have gone at different speeds. there are places in the world where you can use a cell phone during flight. you can't do that in the united states. but the faa, in th
exercises but minister of defense rejects allegations. >> translator: keeping a strong surveillance presence is a completely normal activity and we cannot accept what china says. we are looking to protect territory. >> reporter: and it's part of a dispute between china and japan over islands they both say they own, 18,000 japanese troops are currently in the area taking part in one of the biggest military drills ever and in okinowa and it pretends them to storm the disputed island chain and known here. >> reporter: china and japan have been here before and they are talking tougher than ever, the dispute over territory is deepening and they sent war planes into disputed air space and push boats contested boundaries at sea and they warmed troops rid yourself of the notion that it could act as a deterrent and china warned that any firing on the unmanned drone aircraft would constitute a serious provocation, an act of war of sorts and the question is how far they will backup rhetoric. >> they would like to be known they are doing the best for their country. >> reporter: previously the
.i.a. annex. hours later, they were joined by a small team of americans from tripoli. from defensive positions on these rooftops, the americans fought back a professional enemy. in a final wave of intense fighting just after 5:00 a.m., the attackers unleashed a barrage of mortars. three of them slammed into this roof, killing former navy seals tyrone woods and glen doherty. >> logan: they hit that roof three times. >> wood: they hit those roofs three times. >> logan: in the dark. >> wood: yeah, that's getting the basketball through the hoop over your shoulder. >> logan: what does it take to pull off an attack like that? >> wood: coordination, planning, training, experienced personnel. they practice those things. they knew what they were doing. that was a... that was a well- executed attack. >> logan: we have learned that there were two delta force operators who fought at the annex and they've since been awarded the distinguished service cross and the navy cross, two of the military's highest honors. the americans who rushed to help that night went without asking for permission, and the lingeri
closely with the state department, usaid, the defense department, with the government of iraq, and many others. all in order to prevent, mitigate, and resolve violent conflicts. i would like to go ahead and recognize some of the folks who are here today. of course, prime minister maliki, thank you for returning to the institute. excellency bashar zebari, minister of foreign affairs. the minister of defense. mr. off i had, national security advisor. arkin's a beery, both members of the council of representatives. so, the ambassador to the united states. also the chief media adviser in the office of the prime minister. the head of the counterterrorism the deputy chief of mission for the embassy of iraq, and the major general who is the military attachÉ for the embassy at iraq. -- todaying us to say is one of my favorite people in all of the world, former secretary of state and the first woman secretary of state to united states, madeleine albright. i am listing her as part of the u.s. ip team, which includes steve hadley, former national security adviser and a member of professor jeremy
in france in 2005. and at the same time, the department of defense was funding research to advance the treatment of severely injured u.s. troops returning from the wars in afghanistan and iraq. rodriguez secured that research funding which would be used to treat richard. what was it about richard's injuries that made him perfect for trying to create the kind of science needed? >> that was the same type of injury that our soldiers were experiencing in iraq. they would see these injuries as a result of the i.d. blast coming from the ground up. so if we could treat this people in a severely injured patient, then it would be ideal to treat the military patients. so that was our first goal. >> reporter: by 2009, the surgeon set his sights on a goal that was unprecedented. he would attempt the most extensive face transplant ever performed with the goal of leaving few visible stars. >> it was the only way that a person could become normal and walk in a room and no one would know that they had a face transplant. >> you wanted that for richard? >> of course. 100%. >> reporter: but the exten
. an enemy with fantasies martyrdom. >> rose: he was secretary of defense under president george h.w. bush and press of staff to gerald ford. heart disease threatened his life in the course of his political career. he suffered five heart attacks the first at the age of 37. reconciled himself to dying three years ago when he was at end stage heart failure. a heart transplant in 2012 saved his life. he talks about his experiences for the first time in the new book, it is called heart, an american medical odyssey. he wrote it with the cardiologist dr. jonathan reiner who will be joining us later. i'm please to do have dick cheney back on this program. welcome. >> thank you charlie. >> rose: everybody says the same thing. you look great. you know that. >> compared to what i did, no, three years ago, i was in big big trouble. but they got me -- >> rose: you were thinking about the end. >> i was. i had hours to go, i had lived the full life and grateful for it but i fully expected i hadn't reached the end of my days. my heart was starting to shut down, liver and kidneys no longer receiving an
. >> reporter: unanswered questions leading many to come to his defense. >> they should be giving him a medal, not prosecuting him. >> reporter: the marine corps is not commenting further to avoid influencing three officer he'll face at his board of inquiry next month. until then, brezler will focus on his current job, fighting fires and saving lives. ivan wasson, cnn, new york. >> senator ted cruz making another bold statement about obama care. this time he is comparing the people who run the website to nigerian e-mail scammers. the nigerian community is offended. that's next on "around the world." and just give them the basics, you know. i got this. [thinking] is it that time? the son picks up the check? [thinking] i'm still working. he's retired. i hope he's saving. i hope he saved enough. who matters most to you says the most about you. at massmutual we're owned by our policyowners, and they matter most to us. whether you're just starting your 401(k) or you are ready for retirement, we'll help you get there. unisom sleeptabs help you fall asleep 33% faster and wake refreshed. unisom. a st
and they're upset they've put the defense in a -- the administration in a defensive position. they've lost -- on this one they've lost dianne feinstein, the chairman of the senate intelligence committee who's been a staunch defender. the argue that secretary kerry made, we've stopped airliners from being shot down, we've stopped assassinations by being blown up and you can't prove that without compromising your own sources. >> but let's distinguish between the big sweeps done in the middle east or pakistan and in berlin. i think it's a cost benefit analysis, it's a matter of prudence. we have a national security apparatus which now numbers hundreds of thousands of people with top secret clearance who do what they can. they do whoever they can and there's not much of a sense of balance and prudence in the costs to that mentality are very high and the transatlantic relationship that is at a low point and even lower potentially after the iraq war debate and asian nations which were upset, deep cost too american alliance. >> it wasn't an idle concern when they said the president shouldn't keep
of the ministry of defense. and we had a tan tank outside or hotel and i think it was perfectly safe. thithere were the woke i week ie 22 people died in bombings and attacks across the city. >> it's a worrisome situation. it's not as bad as mexico it should be pointed out or as colombia. but it's a bad situation. and it could get worse and the government is fall down on the job with regard to counter terrorism and the political deals that may tamp down the violence. juan cole thanks for joining us with that back drop of the north campus at the ys university of michigan. >> there is more evidence that the launch of the new health website is rockier than first feared. on the first day 3 million people tried to use the website and six people managed to get thank you anthank youthrough an. the site is one of the key ways that people withhel with health insurance are supposed to sign up for coverage. results for day two showed some progress on that day 248 people enrolled. the administration hopes to have 7 million people signed up by next march. >>> if you are one of the 14 million americans that
heat of the cage figures released by the ministries of health interior and defense to denounce months finance claim nine hundred and sixty four nights. these eight hundred and fifty five list of indians sixty five when police and fourteen school was sold as one of the sixteen hundred people were wounded. here in time that's life carries on as normal despite suffering some of the head he still sees during the may st and later studied finance. me un anyone else who walks in the streets at any moment. we may face a carbo motorcycle bomb or explosive belt that in the moment anyone can be killed without even having done anything wrong. on that this death toll is the highest since april two thousand and eight. when iraq was an aging from that bring to a sectarian war between cbc she is. now the maze to yourself to the us mint tea with two role as security situation has again deteriorate it. despite government attempts to crack down on the sentencing trial curry down. for ten or eleven years now they've been talking about a new security plan. but nothing has changed and the situation is only
the dentist says is that this defense of the times with them on people and the money he hates him with all its many chance they felt tremendous and in that aspect i froze i'm gonna knock kurdish iraqi novelist and former prisoner of saddam hussein's regime live with us on the line from london thank you very much for your time well that pakistani taliban has vowed to avenge the death of its leader who was killed in the u s drone strike and pakistani officials say that the assassination of c rail peace talks with militants here's to islam and that mr hill is a new overseas with the latest security has gone up and notice a lot of security in major cities of pakistan in the markets on route ninety. because of course none so far this is from the government had been taken in hand and the media's had been sitting back and this is mean and not that into separate dots that these dogs between thoughts on government time to time on the interior mr foxton he has stayed the night. and on the day before yesterday and i want to be close to talking about that the stocks and that they were almost on the way an
a closer look at the numbers now according to iraq's interior defense and health ministries. the number of deaths in october reached nine hundred and sixty four ninety percent of which were civilians. the government says this is the highest death toll in a single month since april two thousand and eight i've been more than a thousand people were killed however the numbers don't correspond with the united nation state to which suggestion late this year was equally as bad as i'm done that here is a turkish iraqi militants to form a cousin of saddam hussein's regime says the ongoing bloodshed is forcing people to live in fear. is affecting daily diet that from morning until night and had to single out one of the day people up and feeling unsafe to do annie finger eleven goes on they don't know i mean it doesn't on whether they come back cpr months. and then just an obstacle than eighteen times in the attacks mostly the top of the team dinners to people rather than an. other forces he has and can also told this is new agreement within the iraqi government that is leading to more violence ag
's now in power. this teaches and condemned this according to iraq's interior defense and health ministries be the medicinal taylor reached nine hundred and sixty four ninety percent of which was convenient. the dublin says this is the highest death toll in the single month since april two thousand and eight. eichmann one thousand people were killed. however the numbers in correspondence with the united nations data which suggests july this year was equally as that. my cousin got is a kurdish iraqi militants and full of prisoners saddam hussein's regime says the ongoing bloodshed is forcing people to live in fear. it is affecting daily diet. that from morning until night and had to single out one of the day people. ed feeling unsafe to do annie finger eleven goes on they don't know i mean in those unknown whether they come back safely on mt. and and and just an obstacle than eighteen times in the attacks mostly the top of the team in its two people rather than an. other forces the phasing and also told us this new agreement within the iraqi government and that's leading to more v
it syndrome? >> well, clearly the iraqis have to take care of their own defense. the united states has made an incredible investment in helping the people of iraq. they have to take responsibility for the defense of their own country. there is a role that the united states can play, but it's not going to be a military role. >> all right, senator. what about your position on the finance committee? i want to ask you about the impact of the food stamp cutbacks. one estimate indicates every dollar in food stamps leads to $1.70 in economic activity. aside from the obvious impact to the recipients, could cutting food stamps actually slow the economy? >> absolutely. this hurts our economy. we've already seen some self-inflicted wounds with the government shutdown and threatening our national credit. now with the food stamp program, recipients receiving less funds and even threatened further cuts, that hurts our economy. and it hurts people. it hurts people that are very vulnerable. the nutrition is critically important. it's important for young people. it's important for their ability to learn, fo
the washington face a tough task - how to slow down the denver bronko defense. peyton manning and company are on pace to destroy the single-season passing yard and touchdown record. 21-7, peyton manning to drieson. broncos up 21-14. next possession in this one. screep pass -- screen pass. 35 yards to the promise land. we are all tied up. broncos up 28-21. there's more where that came from. manning another screen pass. he's off to the best patch of the grass. 35 yard touch done, 38-21. robert injured his left knee doing the intersection. kurt cousins comes in to save the day. this is not what was in mind. cousins picked up by dominic. he's off to the races. 45-21 the final. afc north leading bankles, this was the andy dalton show. first goal for cincinnati, touchdown. second quarter on third on goal, andy dalton. jones with the snag. right before the half, dalton goes to - guess who, yes, marvin jones. notice the trend. jones out of bounds but the call reversed. dalton and jones hook up in the third for a fourth time. that's a franchise record for a quarterback receiver touchdown. dalton
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